November 1 | Publishing on the Edge: Making the Invisible Visible

As part of Edge of Visibility, we hosted a conversation that focused on the collaborative relationship between artist and master printer with Jacob Samuel (Edition Jacob Samuel, Santa Monica, CA) who spoke on Walid Raad, Greg Burnet (Burnet Editions, NY) on Glenn Ligon, and Craig Zammiello (Two Palms, NY) on Chris Ofili.

From Jacob’s “hardcore extreme etching”, to Craig’s musings on the collaborative environment at Two Palms, to their mutual love of Robert Ryman, this talk uncovered unique pieces of their technical and creative process, along with the ways they admired and understood each other’s work.


Edge of Visibility opened with an introduction from curator Susan Tallman, editor in chief of international journal and website Art in Print. The exhibition featuring art that is literally hard to see--too small, too dark, too intricate, too ephemeral--by 24 artists from the 17th century to the present. This exhibition is all about the act of looking; the artists employ a wide range of techniques, including microcalligraphy, opalesence, and watermarking, all of which ask the viewer to slow down and consider how being on the edge of visibility speaks to our understanding of the world.

On view October 4 - December 19, 2018.